Wyoming Snowmobiling And Trails Wyoming Snowmobile Rules and regulations. Definitions (312-401) (a) (i) CommercialSnowmobile means a snowmobile operated as a non-guided rental http://wyotrails.state.wy.us/snow/rules.htm
Extractions: (a) (i) "Commercial Snowmobile" means a snowmobile operated as a non-guided rental snowmobile or a snowmobile leased, rented or operated by a commercial snowmobile outfitter; (a) (ii) "Snowmobile" means any mechanically driven vehicle of a type which utilizes sled type runners, or skis,
Snowmobile Forums Links to clubs, lodging, rentals, State rules and regulations and more.Maine snowmobiling snowmobiling in Maine. Classifieds, regulations, chat, bulletin http://www.autoswalk.com/snowforlin1.html
Extractions: Alaska State Snowmobiling Association - ASSA is the official representative for snowmobiling interests in Alaska promoting the sport, safety concerns and legislative issues. American Snowmobiler - American Snowmobiler On-line site British Columbia Snowmobile Federation - Information regarding snowmobiling with links to trail maps, area events, trail registration information, and pictures. The Buckeye Snowmobiler - Publication mailed directly to the snowmobile enthusiast in the state of Ohio. Central Ontario Region Snowmobile Association - The Central Ontario Snowmobile Region is only an hour from Toronto located in Durham Region. The five member clubs of CORSA groom and maintain over 650 kms of trails Colorado State Parks-Snowmobile Program - Snowmobile safety, registration, statutes, tips and links to trail conditions, clubs and maps. Deek's Snowmobiling Web World - Snowmobiling links for New England, photos, Snowmobile information Ehlert Publishing Group, Inc.
Yellowstone Net Newspaper (NPS) snowmobiling is one way to discover Yellowstone s winter wonders.Snowmobile regulations are designed to protect park resources and you, http://www.yellowstone.net/newspaper/1999/news012599.htm
Extractions: Yellowstone is a national treasure which is owned by the American public. Protecting Yellowstone is the responsibility of the American public. This weekly feature will help identify and explore the issues which are crucial to the ongoing, healthy existence of the "Crown Jewel" of America's National Park system. YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK (YNET) A coalition of environmental groups called the Bluewater Network filed a petition last week with the National Park Service to ban snowmobiles from National Parks. They also called for safety and pollution restrictions on snowmobiles used elsewhere. At the present, snowmobiles are allowed in 28 national parks, although Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Voyageurs (Minnesota) National Parks represent the majority of snowmobile use in the National Park system. It is certainly true that there are pros and cons when it comes to snowmobile usage in Yellowstone and Grand Teton, but an outright ban of snowmobiles in these Parks is not the answer. Snowmobiles allow visitors to experience the wonders of Yellowstone in the winter months, an opportunity which should not be taken away.
Scott County, Iowa Keep up to date with snowmobile safety and regulations in Scott County and Iowa.Recreational Safety Education Programs and regulations http://www.scottcountyiowa.com/snowmobiling.php
Extractions: Scott County Snowmobile Route map from Secondary Roads The Secondary Roads Department maintains a map of approved snowmobile routes in unincorporated Scott County. This map is updated and approved annually by the Board of Supervisors. For snowmobiling information within city boundaries, please contact that city hall for information. Snowmobile Route Map
Indiana Snowmobile Trail Information snowmobiling. regulations, Statutes, Rules. Boating regulations The IndianaSnowmobilers Association maintains a snowmobile information hotline. http://www.in.gov/dnr/outdoor/snowmobile/
Extractions: Search: Aroostook County Snowmobiling Guide - Regulations Snowmobile Registration Registration Locations: 1. Division of Licensing and Registration, Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, 41 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333-0041. Telephone: (207)287-8000. 2. Various agents throughout the state including many town offices, snowmobile dealerships, variety stores, etc. 3. On-line registration at the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife website: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/licreg/regsale.html Canadian Border Crossing All snowmobiles must stop at Customs to cross a Canadian/U.S. border. There is a $5000 penalty for not stopping in addition to the loss of your snowmobile. For information on snowmobile requirements in Canada, contact the Canadian authorities. For More Information For further information on snowmobiling and an updated snowmobile map of the highest-rated trail system in New England, send e-mail to email@example.com
PEI Snowmobile Association SNOWMOBILE SAFETY AND regulations BROCHURE. Safe snowmobiling Some Snowmobileregulations. In Prince Edward Island snowmobiles are regulated by the Off http://www.peisa.ca/index.php?page=trails_safety_brochure
Snowmobiling In Yellowstone Snowmobile regulations For INSIDE Yellowstone. Snowmobile operators must have avalid state motor vehicle driver s license in their possession. http://www.yellowstone.cc/snowmobiling.htm
Extractions: Yellowstone National Park Snowmobiling Yellowstone: Click Here to Learn More About Yellowstone Winter Packages For Reservations, Call Toll-Free Click Here For Snowmobile Rentals Snowmobiling in Yellowstone is an exciting experience that offers visitors an opportunity to view the park and its natural wonders in a spectacular winter wonderland! Winter in Yellowstone offers both outstanding natural beauty and excellent wildlife viewing. Although no off-road travel is permitted inside Yellowstone, snowmobilers may use any of the park's groomed roads If you're interested in some off-road snowmobiling, then West Yellowstone is the place for you! West Yellowstone is a snowmobile paradise that offers access to thousands of miles of trails - everything from novice to expert terrain! There are also numerous restaurants, gift shops, attractions, and snowmobile rental establishments awaiting the winter visitor. This gateway community is the perfect location for a "home base" during your winter Yellowstone vacation, because it offers easy access to both Yellowstone National Park and endless off-road snowmobiling opportunities in the nearby Gallatin National Forest. Snowmobile Regulations For INSIDE Yellowstone Snowmobile operators must have a valid state motor vehicle driver's license in their possession.
Extractions: Snowmobliling Under a blanket of snow, the Chippewa National Forest becomes a land of unexplored adventures. Over 330 miles of snowmobile trails provide snowmobilers access to 1,500 lakes, scenic woodlands, and frozen wetlands. Trails connect to nearly 200 miles of routes surrounding the Forest. The Soo Line trail, an old railroad grade extending from Cass Lake to Moose Lake, is the longest motorized recreation trail in Minnesota. Snowmobilers may also travel on unplowed National Forest roads unless posted closed to recreational motor vehicle use. Cross-country travel off of Forest roads is prohibited. Snowmobiles must be operated in compliance with State and Federal laws and regulations. The sense of freedom you get while riding a snowmobile over Minnesota's snow-covered lands and frozen lakes can be very exhilarating and the Park Rapids area is a perfect place to come for that experience. There are several hundred miles in inter-connected and groomed snowmobile trails for your riding enjoyment in and around the Park Rapids area. Two Inlets State Forest, Paul Bunyan State Forest, Itasca West Area in Itasca State Park are all part of the trail system. Visit the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources for more information on snowmobile regulations and winter sports.
SD Snowmobile Rules And Regulations South Dakota has several rules and regulations that pertain to snowmobiling.These rules were established for a number of reasons including the protection http://www.sdgfp.info/Parks/Recreation/Snowmobiling/RulesandRegs.htm
Extractions: Snowmobile Rules and Regulations South Dakota has several rules and regulations that pertain to snowmobiling. These rules were established for a number of reasons including the protection of those who enjoy our sport. Park rangers routinely patrol South Dakotas groomed trail system to provide law enforcement and safety. The following are just a few of the rules that snowmobilers should follow when riding in our state. A comprehensive list of South Dakotas codified laws can be found at: http://legis.state.sd.us/statutes/index.cfm The operator of a snowmobile involved in an accident on public lands, frozen public waters or any private lands leased for public snowmobile use which results in damage to a snowmobile or other property in excess of $1,000 or results in death or injury requiring medical attention to any person must immediately report the accident to a law enforcement officer. If the operator of the snowmobile is physically incapable of filing a report, then someone acting for him/her must file. Trespassing
Extractions: Snowmobile Yellowstone - Visitors are welcome to s nowmobile Yellowstone National Park. Click on any of the trails for more details, If you're searching for rental operators in and out of the park, be sure to visit our highly recommended operators below. Yellowstone National Park Big Sky West Yellowstone Cooke City ... Jackson Hole Cody The final rule required to implement the November 2004 Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) Temporary Winter Use Plans for winter use in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and the John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Memorial Parkway was published on November 10, 2004, in the Federal Register. The rule becomes effective 30 days after publication and will be in effect when the parks open for the winter season on December 15, 2004. The rule ensures that park resources are protected and allows for the use of snowmobiles and snowcoaches in the parks on roads that automobiles use in the summer. The rule authorizes snowmobile and snowcoach use for the next three winters.
Extractions: Paradise, Michigan Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 82 Paradise, MI 49768 "PARADISE AREA SNOWMOBILE RULES OF THE ROAD" MICHIGAN SNOWMOBILE LAWS ARE APPLICABLE STATEWIDE - INCLUDING PARADISE. M-123 IS A STATE HIGHWAY. IT IS ILLEGAL TO RIDE ON THE PLOWED PORTION OF STATE HIGHWAYS, IN THE STATE OF MICHIGAN. YOU MAY RIDE ON THE PLOWED PORTION OF CHIPPEWA COUNTY ROADS, WHEN THE UNPLOWED PORTION IS IMPASSABLE. ALWAYS RIDE SINGLE FILE. PASSING OF AUTOMOBILES ON PLOWED ROADS IS ILLEGAL. WHITEFISH POINT ROAD IS OPEN TO SNOWMOBILE TRAFFIC FROM THE BLINKER LIGHT NORTH. THE SPEED LIMIT IS 30 M.P.H. YOU MUST RIDE SINGLE FILE WITH THE FLOW OF TRAFFIC ON THE RIGHT, AGAINST THE SNOW BANK. BEWARE OF AUTOMOBILES AND HIDDEN DRIVEWAYS. CARELESS OR RECKLESS USE OF SNOWMOBILES, SPEEDING, RIDING AGAINST THE FLOW OF TRAFFIC, RIDING TWO ABREAST, RUNNING STOP SIGNS, ETC., WILL NOT BE TOLERATED BY OUR LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS. THEY WILL WRITE CITATIONS FOR INFRACTIONS. PLEASE DO NOT LITTER ALONG THE TRAIL SYSTEMS. PARADISE TOWN TRAIL "RULES OF THE ROAD"(PARADISE BUSINESS DISTRICT) IN ORDER TO RETAIN OUR TOWN TRAIL PERMIT FROM YEAR TO YEAR, RESPECTING THE RESIDENTS, THEIR PRlVATE PROPERTY AND ADHERING TO THE FOLLOWING RULES IS IMPERATIVE.
Rice Lake Tourism - Www.ricelaketourism.com Wisconsin Snowmobile regulations .pdf Click Here. Wisconsin Department ofNatural Resources Click Here. For an Emergency, Dial 911 Barron Co. http://www.ricelaketourism.com/old/snowmobiling.asp
Extractions: www.ricelaketourism.com Sunday, September 25, 2005 Snowmobiling and ATVing in the Rice Lake Area... Barron County offers over 250 miles of groomed snowmobile trails through some of the most beautiful north woods scenery you'll find anywhere. The Tuscobia State Trail starts in Barron County and offers 76 more miles of groomed trails to Park Falls. The Wild Rivers Trail goes from Rice Lake's north city limits 97 miles to Superior, W. Multi-use, groomed snowmobile trail. 3 Miles north of Rice Lake intersects with Tuscobia Trail. We suggest that you check with your local motel operator or the Chamber of Commerce for up-to-date reports on the snow cover and the conditions of the trails.
Outdoors In MaineToday.com | Snowboarding snowmobiling in Northern Maine has rules, regulations and trail maps. SledMaine isa commercial site with information on Maine snowmobiling including clubs, http://outdoors.mainetoday.com/snowmobiling/
Extractions: Click to enlarge Riders fly through the air while racing in the Rock Maple-sponsored snocross event in Skowhegan on Feb. 26. See story Snocross fans brave the cold beneath blankets to cheer on high-flying snowmobile racers competing in Skowhegan. More from Deirdre Fleming. [Maine Sunday Telegram 3/6/05] Learn more about snowmobiling in Maine , including license, registration fees, and safety information.
Paul Bunyan Trail Highlights Minnesota Snowmobile regulations Current information from the DNR is for 200405in PDF format. Provided courtesy of the Minnesota Department of Natural http://www.paulbunyantrail.com/snowmobiling.html
Extractions: Minnesota's Premier Snowmobiling Vacation Spot A Snowmobiling Event to not be missed! The Paul Bunyan Trail has everything a snowmobiler could want in a snowmobile vacation. From beginner to advanced the Paul Bunyan Trail has something to offer for everyone. Weave your way from Brainerd on the south end to Bemidji on the north. Passing through many communities along the way, you'll always find the perfect place to stop for lunch or dinner and fill your gas tank. Perhaps your planning a Minnesota winter snowmobiling vacation in the Brainerd Lakes Area. The Paul Bunyan Trail has beautiful and affordable lodging possibilities en route with over 14 Trail Towns located on the Paul Bunyan Trail. Trail Lodging is versatile and can provide you with the perfect Minnesota vacation. Due to the amount of lodging possibilities available you will not find it hard to accommodate what you are looking for; from family vacations, family reunions, girls or guys weekend getaways as well as a romantic weekend for two! After a long and exhilarating day on the trail there's nothing like curling up in front of a warm fire and relaxing. Looking for Maps to plan ahead and know "where you are going"? Have a look at our
City Of Mankato: City Code Chapters or Sections matching your query. 7. Traffic regulations 7.06.snowmobiling Regulation. 1. Scope of Application. The provisions of this section http://www.ci.mankato.mn.us/cityh/code/display.php3?sec=315
City Of Plymouth, Minnesota If you plan to snowmobile in Plymouth, you should be aware of Plymouth s snowmobileregulations. The regulations specify where and when you may snowmobile. http://www2.ci.plymouth.mn.us/pls/cop/url/folder/PUBLIC_SAFETY/REGULATIONS/PS_SN